Is this steady rain enough to take the edge off the drought for local farmers?
If you’re a meat eater, you might want to brace yourself for sticker shock at the market.
The undersecretary for the USDA Farm & Foreign Agriculture Service toured Michigan farms as crops suffer in dry conditions.
The unseasonably warm weather has created a tense situation for Michigan farmers.
Michigan State University researchers have secured new federal grants connected to specialty crop production.
Proposals to promote western Michigan agri-tourism, expand the state’s plum market and try new technology for growing asparagus and dry beans are among nearly two dozen that will share in $1.3 million in federal agriculture grants.
If the start of barbecue season has you dreaming of an ear of Michigan-grown corn, you’ll have to wait longer this year to sink your teeth into it.
Have you noticed that you’re paying more for tomatoes?